The All-Championship Team (Part 2)

Yesterday, you saw who I’d bring off the bench for my All-Championship Team and today I reveal the very best of the best. For those of you counting at home, my Second Team All-Championship boasts:

-26 NBA Finals Appearances
-15 NBA Championships
-10 NBA Most Valuable Player Awards
-6 NBA Finals Most Valuable Player Awards


That’s a lot of hardware. The first team isn’t too shabby either:

-39 NBA Finals Appearances
-27 NBA Championships
-20 NBA Most Valuable Player Awards
-12 NBA Finals Most Valuable Player Awards


You know these legends.

First Team All-Championship:

Larry Bird (Forward)
897 Regular Season Games; 164 Playoff Games
Regular Season Averages: 24.3 ppg, 10.0 rpg, 6.3 apg, 0.8 bpg, 1.7 spg
Playoff Averages: 23.8 ppg, 10.3 rpg, 6.5 apg
-5 Time NBA Finalist
-3 Time NBA Champion
-3 Time NBA Most Valuable Player
-2 Time NBA Finals Most Valuable Player
-12 Time NBA All-Star
-1 Time NBA All-Star Most Valuable Player
-9 Time All NBA First Team
-1 Time All NBA Second Team
-3 Time Second Team NBA All-Defense
-NBA Rookie Of The Year
-NBA First Team All-Rookie

Wilt Chamberlain (Center)
1045 Regular Season Games; 160 Playoff Games
Regular Season Averages: 30.1 ppg, 22.9 rpg, 4.4 apg
Playoff Averages: 22.5 ppg, 24.5 rpg, 4.2 apg
-7 Time NBA Finalist
-2 Time NBA Champion
-4 Time NBA Most Valuable Player
-1 Time NBA Finals Most Valuable Player
-13 Time NBA All-Star
-7 Time All NBA First Team
-3 Time All NBA Second Team
-2 Time First Team NBA All-Defense
-NBA Rookie Of The Year
-4th Leading Scorer All Time (31,419)
-2nd All Time Points Per Game
-7 Time League Leader Points Per Game
-All Time Single Season Points Leader (4,029)
-All Time Leading Rebounder (23,924)
-All Time Leader Rebounds Per Game
-11 Time League Leader in Rebounds Per Game
-All Time Single Season Rebounds Leader (2,149)

Bill Russell (Center)
963 Regular Season Games; 165 Playoff Games
Regular Season Averages: 15.1 ppg, 22.5 rpg, 4.3 apg
Playoff Averages: 16.2 ppg, 24.9 rpg, 4.7 apg
-12 Time NBA Finalist
-11 Time NBA Champion
-5 Time NBA Most Valuable Player
-12 Time NBA All-Star
-1 Time NBA All-Star Most Valuable Player
-3 Time All NBA First Team
-8 Time All NBA Second Team
-1 Time First Team NBA All-Defense
-2nd Leading Rebounder All Time (21,620)
-2nd All Time Rebounds Per Game
-5 Time League Leader in Rebounds Per Game

Magic Johnson (Guard/Forward)
906 Regular Season Games; 190 Playoff Games
Regular Season Averages: 19.5 ppg, 7.2 rpg, 11.2 apg, 0.4 bpg, 1.9 spg
Playoff Averages: 19.5, 7.7 rpg, 12.3 apg
-9 Time NBA Finalist
-5 Time NBA Champion
-3 Time NBA Most Valuable Player
-3 Time NBA Finals Most Valuable Player
-12 Time NBA All-Star
-2 Time NBA All-Star Most Valuable Player
-9 Time All NBA First Team
-1 Time All NBA Second Team
-NBA First Team All-Rookie
-4th Leading Assists All Time (10,141)
-All Time Leader Assists Per Game
-4 Time League Leader in Assists Per Game
-2 Time League Leader in Steals Per Game

Michael Jordan (Guard/Forward)
1072 Regular Season Games; 179 Playoff Games
Regular Season Averages: 30.1 ppg, 6.2 rpg, 5.3 apg, 0.8 bpg, 2.3 spg
Playoff Averages: 33.4 ppg, 6.4 rpg, 5.7 apg
-6 Time NBA Finalist
-6 Time NBA Champion
-5 Time NBA Most Valuable Player
-6 Time NBA Finals Most Valuable Player
-1 Time Defensive Player Of The Year
-14 Time NBA All-Star
-3 Time NBA All-Star Most Valuable Player
-10 Time All NBA First Team
-1 Time All NBA Second Team
-9 Time First Team NBA All-Defense
-NBA Rookie Of The Year
-NBA First Team All-Rookie
-3rd Leading Scorer All Time (32,292)
-All Time Leader Points Per Game
-10 Time League Leader Points Per Game
-2nd All Time Total Steals (2,514)
-3rd All Time Steals Per Game
-3 Time League Leader in Steals Per Game

65 NBA Finals appearances, 42 NBA Championships, 30 NBA Most Valuable Player Awards, and 18 NBA Finals Most Valuable Player Awards. Go ahead and pick your ten against my ten and I guarantee you walk away with the L.

Posted byEnigmatik at 8:00 AM  

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